You would need patches H,I,N,O,P,Q,R, and you should consider this a
very early release, but it works for me.
It uses a second major device number for partitioned md arrays. You
can only partition the first 16 arrays (md0 - md15) and only have 15
partitions per array. It wont work well for raid5, but for raid1
(which is what I particularly want) or raid0 it should be fine.
Using this, I can RAID1 hda and hdc together as md0 == mda and then
partition it up as mda1 (root) mda2 (swap) mda3 (other). And if I
have too, I can boot off either drive individually with any raid
Lilo needs to be hacked a bit to do the right thing, and I have got a
major number officially allocated from lanana, but as I said, this is
a very early release.
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